The Psychology of Resolving Global Conflicts: Group and social factors
Mari Fitzduff, Chris E. Stout
Praeger Security International, 2006 - Peace - 3 pages
Reveals the psychological intricacies of war, conflict resolution, and peace. Part of the "Contemporary Psychology" series, this book addresses ethnic conflict, torture and humiliation as a weapon, and how issues related to religion and gender contribute to violent conflict.
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The Cultural and Psychological Origins of War with Notes
The Cultural Constructions of Conflict and Peace
Contributory Ingredients in Conflict and Warring
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adolescents approach Arab attitudes authoritarian personality behavior Brewer Cairns chap chapter cognitive concept conflict resolution contact hypothesis context cooperation Crimean Tatars cultural economic effects encounter enemy ethnic ethnocentrism evaluation factors feelings flict genocide goals group members Hewstone high context cultures hostility human in-group in-group bias increase individual interac interactive problem solving intergroup bias intergroup conflict intergroup contact intergroup relations International interventions intrastate conflict issues Journal of Personality Journal of Social Kelman killing leaders Low context cultures Maoz mediating minority mutual national identity needs negative negotiations Northern Ireland out-group members Palestinian participants parties perceived perceptions Personality and Social perspective Pettigrew political violence positive post-traumatic stress disorder prejudice problem-solving workshops programs PTSD relationship role salience social identity Social Psychology society status Staub Stephan stereotypes strategies stress suggests symptoms Tajfel theory tion trauma understanding University Press veterans York youth